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When your Italian teacher sweetie dons a pink tie with the words "Barbie" written on it, that could be a good sign it's time to move on. That particular boyfriend and other romances gone bad inspired Jennifer Doctorovich's Lemon Drops, which premieres Thursday at Boheme as part of BooTown's third annual Houston Fringe Festival. Show More Summary
Ballet: HushChoreographer: Christopher BruceDancer(s): Nicholas Leschke, Kelly MyernickPhoto: Amitava SarkarShhhhh! The marvel that is Christopher Bruce's Hush is still playing on my inner youtube channel. Performed as part of Houston...Show More Summary
Andrew Kennedy (Quint) and Michael Kepler Meo (Miles). Photo by Felix Sanchez Houston Grand Opera reaches its half-way point of its stellar six-year Benjamin Britten cycle with Turn of the Screw, a series that has so far included Billy Budd and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Show More Summary
LehrerDancePhoto by Mike Canale Every season the Jewish Community Center selects one nationally known troupe to feature during Dance Month. This year it's LehrerDance, a spunky touring company known for its fearless dancers, snappy choreography and headstrong leader. Show More Summary
Simon O'Neill (Lohengrin) and Adrianne Pieczonka (Elsa) in Wagner's LohengrinCredit: Courtesy of Houston Grand Opera; Photo by Felix Sanchez What is it about do-gooders who want to remain anonymous? Whether it's the Lone Ranger, Spiderman,...Show More Summary
Peter Franc in Stanton Welch's TuTuPhoto by Amitava Sarkar Houston Ballet demi soloist Peter Franc finally gets his night as the Prince in The Nutcracker. Franc been been steadily moving forward and will also be dancing up a storm in the upcoming Jubilee of Dance: 40th Anniversary Celebration. Show More Summary
Photo by Dee Conway Richard Alston Dance Company, London's leading contemporary dance troupe, makes its first stop in Houston. After serving as artistic director of Ballet Rambert, Alston founded his company in 1994. Currently, he also serves as artistic director of The Place, a groundbreaking dance education institution. Show More Summary
Amy Burn and Troy Schulze in Adam Rapp's Red Light Winter Photo by by Anthony Rathbun Horse Head Theatre Company is launching its first-ever season with Adam Rapp’s grim drama Red Light Winter, not exactly an out-of-the-gate play. But Horse Head has little interest in doing anything aligned with the status quo. Show More Summary
John Harvey, Houston's reigning dark prince of indie theater, has unleashed his unruly imagination again in Night of the Giant, a Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company production. Most known for his hilarious horror romp, Rot, co-produced by Bobbindoctrin and Mildred's, Harvey has crafted yet another creepy tale. Show More Summary
Photo: Bruce Bennett Stories about the culture wars usually make we weep. No single event in Unites States history has affected my generation of art makers. Eric Coble'sSouthern Rapture, now playing at Stages Repertory Theatre, is first andforemost a comedy. Show More Summary